North Carolina farrier Sean Gaul believes that a conservative approach that relies on the basics is the best way to help horses
Bend, Ore., farrier Kurt Fisk works primarily with performance horses in the High Desert of the Pacific Northwest.
Thoro’Bred Inc. hosted a Veterans Day Extravaganza Nov. 11, 2017, at its manufacturing plant in Anaheim, Calif. The event featured a forging competition, lectures, trade show and tour.
This gallery shows several of the gems from Douglas Bradbury’s collection at the UK Horseshoeing Museum.
When Bruce Daniels passed away on Dec. 30, 2014, the hoof-care industry lost someone who cast a broad shadow across its landscape. It was only fitting that dozens of farriers from the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic came together in early April to celebrate his memory with a clinic.
Equine vet Paul Edmonds of Redmond, Ore., and Gerard Laverty, the faculty farrier at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Surrey, British Columbia, teamed up to discuss tendon injuries during the Oregon Farriers Association clinic in September 2017.
International Horseshoeing Hall of Fame member Myron McLane of Somerset, Mass., discussed pad usage and demonstrated how to efficiently make a heart-bar horseshoe with weld-in inserts at the October 2017 at Centaur Forge annual clinic in Burlington, Wis.
Moscow, Tenn., farrier Daniel Bishop spent a day tending to the King’s horses at Graceland, then tackled a severe abscess case with a retired barrel racing horse.